Mr Paddy Subramanian has graduated from Imperial College with dual degree qualifications and trained in the prestigious UCL and Middlesex London orthopaedic rotation. During his medical training, he was granted a scholarship at Oxford University. Once there, he also undertook a MSc in musculoskeletal science.
His subspecialty training was completed under the guidance of Professor Middleton at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital, which is known to be one of the UK’s highest volume arthroplasty (joint replacement) fellowships.
Mr Subramanian has previously worked as a consultant at the Whittington Hospital, as well as at the SWLEOC (South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre). He joined the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust in 2019.
Mr Paddy Subramanian has widely published, having contributed to nearly 30 peer reviewed publications. His strong research background includes one of the most read (tongue in cheek) articles in the history of the British Medical Journal.
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